'Superangular Sibiu' - preamble to National Day, unique exhibition with Agerpres photos

For the first time in recent years, the National News Agency is present in Sibiu with images from its archive about the first Romanian city that was European Cultural Capital, in a unique exhibition, ''Superangular Sibiu", which brings together images throughout 160 years, taken both by AGERPRES photographers and by famous names who made history, such as Alexander Maierhofer, Theodor Glatz, Kamilla Ásbóth, Gustav Albert Schivert, August Meinhardt, Rudolf Czeck, Wilhelm Auerlich, Emil Fischer. The exhibition ''Superangular Sibiu" was opened on Wednesday, in the new headquarters of the ASTRA County Library in Sibiu, in an "emblematic building for Sibiu", being characterized by the interim manager of the Brukenthal National Museum, Alexandru Chituta, as "a unique event, a preamble to the National Day of Romania".The general director of AGERPRES, Claudia Nicolae, emphasized on the occasion of the opening that the National News Agency has the richest and most valuable photo archive in the country and especially after the pandemic, where images of the agency are presented, the public becomes nostalgic and feels the longing to revisit moments or places thought to have been forgotten. "AGERPRES is not only the national news agency.

'Superangular Sibiu' - preamble to National Day, unique exhibition with Agerpres photos
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For the first time in recent years, the National News Agency is present in Sibiu with images from its archive about the first Romanian city that was European Cultural Capital, in a unique exhibition, ''Superangular Sibiu", which brings together images throughout 160 years, taken both by AGERPRES photographers and by famous names who made history, such as Alexander Maierhofer, Theodor Glatz, Kamilla Ásbóth, Gustav Albert Schivert, August Meinhardt, Rudolf Czeck, Wilhelm Auerlich, Emil Fischer. The exhibition ''Superangular Sibiu" was opened on Wednesday, in the new headquarters of the ASTRA County Library in Sibiu, in an "emblematic building for Sibiu", being characterized by the interim manager of the Brukenthal National Museum, Alexandru Chituta, as "a unique event, a preamble to the National Day of Romania".The general director of AGERPRES, Claudia Nicolae, emphasized on the occasion of the opening that the National News Agency has the richest and most valuable photo archive in the country and especially after the pandemic, where images of the agency are presented, the public becomes nostalgic and feels the longing to revisit moments or places thought to have been forgotten. "AGERPRES is not only the national news agency.